It’s not enough to just support senior scientists and clinicians. We must also invest in teaching a new generation of scientists who will impact human health through interdisciplinary research now and in the future. That's why the UVA Brain Institute is investing in research funding for undergraduates and graduate students and supporting early-stage investigators - a key component in retaining the best people at pivotal moment in their careers. At the same time, we are bringing research pioneers with different perspectives to Grounds to work with our students to solve complex problems.
Dr. Barry M. Prizant gives a free public lecture based on his book "Uniquely Human: A Different Way of Seeing Autism." Sponsored by UVA Psychology, UVA's Disabilities Studies Initiative, UVA Curry, the College Civic & Community Engagement Initiative, and UVA Brain Institute.